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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Frank Herbert, "Dune" On this segment of HarperAudio!, science fiction writer Frank Herbert reading excerpts from his "Dune" series. These influential books are set on an imaginary world with a desert climate and a feudal society. Herbert had a career as a...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Arthur Miller, "The Crucible" On this segment of HarperAudio!, The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center performs Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible." The reading begins when Reverend Paris’ daughter is stricken by a mysterious illness after being found dancing in the...
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From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Sexton, Part 4 On this segment of HarperAudio!, [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Poet Anne Sexton reads "Rowing," "Riding the Elevator Into the Sky," "The Play," "The Rowing Endeth," "Us," and "The Touch." Sexton’s poetry ranges from the frankly sensual to...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Charlton Heston reads "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," a short story by Ernest Hemingway originally published in 1938. The story takes place in Africa, which Hemingway knew and enjoyed...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Frank, "Diary of a Young Girl" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Claire Bloom reads from Anne Frank’s classic "Diary of a Young Girl," a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary she kept while in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Frost, "The Road Not Taken" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, American poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) reads "The Road Not Taken," "The Pasture," "Mowing," "Birches," "After Apple-Picking," and "The Tuft of...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 1 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. Adapt or Die. Versatile actor Arryl P. Masters in a featured clip from from his audition as narrator for one of those wildlife shows. 2.2 Seconds. Danger! Danger! Logana's warning (with hats off to "Lost in Space"). 7.3 Seconds....
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service U.S. Senate CANCER COALITION September 29, 1995 Special Multicast Hearing Medical research has revealed previously unknown links between genetics and cancer and other diseases. This new knowledge has raised difficult new issues in law, medicine, social policy and ethics. "Would you want to take a genetic test that could determine which diseases--such as cancer--you are likely to develop in the future? Should test results be available to insurers? To employers?...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Sexton, Poems [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Anne Sexton reads her own poetry -- "Her Kind," "The Ambition Bird," "Ringing the Bells," "Music Swims Back to...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Sexton, Poems, Part 2 [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, "With Mercy for the Greedy," "The Starry Night," "Letter Written on a Ferry While Crossing Long Island Sound," and "Self in 1958," read by...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anthony Burgess, "A Clockwork Orange" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Anthony Burgess reads from his cult classic, "A Clockwork Orange." This novel consists of a series of episodes in the life of Alex, a young tough who lives in a nightmare future of violence and...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Charles Dickens, "A Tale of Two Cities" On this segment of HarperAudio!, James Mason reads Charles Dickens’ "A Tale of Two Cities." The two cities are London and Paris just before the French Revolution. Dickens used the traditional Victorian novel as a medium for...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: "The Wasteland," Read by T.S. Eliot Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, T.S. Eliot reads his classic poem "The Waste Land." Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and educated at Harvard, Eliot lived most of his life in England. In 1948 he was awarded the Nobel Prize. The poem has...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 2 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. You Can't Get There. Some connections simply weren't meant to be. 9.0 Seconds. Don't Panic! In a crisis, Logana refers to the cover of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," with hats off to Douglas Adams. 7.6 Seconds. Toilet...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Graves, "The White Goddess" On this segment of HarperAudio!, English poet and novelist Robert Graves reads an excerpt from "The White Goddess," a study of anthropology and mythology. Graves describes how poetry is rooted in the eternal battle between age and...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Lorraine Hansberry, "A Raisin in the Sun" On this segment of HarperAudio!, In her writing, Lorraine Hansberry drew heavily on her own experiences growing up on the south side of Chicago. In 1959 Hansberry’s first play, "A Raisin in the Sun," won the Best Play...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Wiliam Faulkner, Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner reads his speech accepting the Nobel Prize in Literature, which he was awarded in 1949. At the time this speech was given, the world had just emerged from the chaos of the Second World...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 1 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] HarperAudio! presents: author J.R.R. Tolkien reading excerpts from his mythical saga "The Lord of the Rings." In this segment, we hear Tolkien as he tells the story of Treebeard and intones the mysterious Entish...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: The Secret Life of Machines/INTEROP Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Tim Hunkin, Engineer, Cartoonist, and Filmaker. His latest television series, "The Secret Life of Machines," will be aired in the Fall on the Discovery Channel. Following a college hobby of cartooning, Tim’s humorous scientific cartoon strip, "The Rudiments of Wisdom," was published for 14 years in Britain. He discusses his experience with the television...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Wallace Stevens, Poems (Part 1) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Wallace Stevens reading his own poetry. Stevens was born in 1879, and these recordings were made shortly before his death in 1955. Although he published poetry as early as 1914, Stevens did not receive...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: James Thurber, Part 3 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, British actor Peter Ustinov reads the fables of James Thurber. Ustinov, a two-time Academy Award winner, interprets these stories in his best serio-comic manner. Fables in this segment, some...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Radia Perlman Carl Malamud interviews Radia Perlman, author of Interconnections: Bridges and Routers (Addison Wesley, 1992), considered to be the authoritative book on the subject. Dr. Perlman is a staff scientist at Novell and was the chief designer of the OSI ES-IS and IS-IS routing protocols. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service including O’Reilly & Associates and...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: John Updike, "Couples" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Author John Updike reads from his book "Couples." In these sections, Piet attempts to manage two relationships -- one with his wife and the other with his pregnant mistress. Both excerpts demonstrate...
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Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: The Technology of Teotihuacan Dr. Moira Gunn interviews Dr. George Cowgill, a Teotihuacan anthropologist at Arizona State University and at the Center for the Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. Dr. Cowgill discusses Teotihuacan, the oldest city in North America. Located near Mexico City, Teotihuacan existed from 100 A.D. to 750 A.D., maintained a population of 100,000 to 200,000 people, and at that time ranked...
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by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Shirley Jackson, "The Lottery" (Part 1) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actress Maureen Stapleton reads Shirley Jackson’s timeless short story, "The Lottery." The story takes place in a small town not unlike that inhabited by Jackson herself, who taught at...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 4 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, J.R.R. Tolkien reads the stirring finale of the Lord of the Rings. Tolkein tells of about his mythical world as he describes the final assult on Mount Doom. HarperCollins is the copyright...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, "In Harry’s Bar" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway describes the plot of a novel set "In Harry’s Bar in Venice." Taped with a transistorized pocket recorder sometime in the late 1950s, this speech...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service United Nations’ 50th Anniversary, Closing Ceremony San Francisco Opera House, 10 am, June 26, 1995 Fifty years ago, world leaders gathered in the San Francisco Opera House to sign the Charter of the United Nations. Today, U.S. President Clinton, Secretary General Boutros-Ghali, and Poet Maya Angelou commemorate the 1945 signing of this historic document. This ceremony is a time to look back at the accomplishments of fifty years, but it also a time to look...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 3 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. "Could you repeat the question?" When you feel like grunting, let your computer be your user interface. 11.5 Seconds. Rock Lick. 0.9 Seconds. Snare. Drum solo for a nanosecond world. 0.9 Seconds. Sorry. Logana is getting impatient...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (help@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe Channel: Internet Town Hall Org: Internet Multicasting Service On this segment of HarperAudio!, British actor Basil Rathbone offers an intense reading of American writer Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Raven." In this recording, Rathbone renders Poe’s anguished, darkly romantic classic using the full...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 3 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, HarperAudio! presents the magical mytyical world of J.R.R. Tolkien. Listen as the author recounts the stirring battle seens between the forces of good and evil at Pelennor Fields....
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Internet Talk Radio
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Cliff Stoll's Performance Art Theater and Networking Security Revue Clifford Stoll, Author, gave a stunning performance at Cisco NetWorkers '94 on "Stalking the Wily Hacker." Network security is one of the most compelling issues facing the world of information technology. This encore presentation tells the story of how the discovery of a 75-cent accounting error led to an electronic chase of an unauthorized hacker across the networks of North America and Europe, ultimately uncovering...
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Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 2 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present British fantasy writer J.R.R. Tolkien reading from his trilogy "The Lord of the Rings." In this selection, Sam, Frodo, and Gollum continue their trek towards Mt. Doom,...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Edgar Allen Poe, "The Purloined Letter" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Anthony Quayle reads Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Purloined Letter." This short story, written in 1845, features the brainy amateur detective C. Auguste Dupin. Dupin is called in by G., a...
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Internet Multicasting Service The Ballad of Ned Ludd A Techno-Folk Opera The Ballad of Ned Ludd. January 13, 1812, Johnson arrives in Nottingham, and seeks refreshment in a local pub. It is now January, 1812. Johnson, having ridden the coach from London to Nottingham finds a pleasant public house, and orders a pint, along with his meal of bread and cheese. The room is full of tradesmen; mainly weavers, combers, and croppers. They look healthy, but its hard to miss the tension when this stranger...
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Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Carl Sagan and SETI Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Carl Sagan, Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University and host of the award-winning PBS series "Cosmos." Dr. Sagan discusses his interest in finding habitable planets that can support life, and reviews the characteristics of habitable planets, the locations of suspected candidate planets, and the problems with all the current theories. Dr. Gunn also speaks with Dr. Frank Drake,...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Dylan Thomas, Poems Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present the poetry of Dylan Thomas, read by the author. Thomas often wrote for the sound of words as much as for their meaning, and hearing his rich voice and dramatic style lends a new sense to his...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present excerpts from William Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" starring Sir Ralph Richardson and Anthony Quayle and directed by Howard Sackler. In Part 1, Caesar has been warned by a soothsayer to...
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Buzz Aldrin, Man of Space This week, Dr. Moira Gunn talks to Buzz Aldrin, second man on the moon and first astronaut in cyberspace. It has been nearly a quarter of a century since Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. He spent a mere 2 hours and 15 minutes walking on the moon and, after that, could have retired. But, in the almost 25 years since that day, Buzz Aldrin has remained personally and professionally committed to America’s space...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Cdr. James Lovell, Astronaut; and Tom Hanks, Actor A two-fer, rare in Club luncheons, brought dual speakers to the podium on July 26, 1995: Cdr. James Lovell, skipper of the Apollo 13 spacecraft, and Tom Hanks, skipper of the cinematic "Apollo 13". The capacity audience heard Lovell urge continued funding for NASA so that robotic exploration and space station activities go on. He gave a moving account of how insignificant...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Bram Stoker, "Dracula" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor David McCallum reads excerpts from writer Bram Stoker’s horror novel "Dracula." The novel, which was published in 1897, is constructed as a series of journal entries,...
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To: announce@radio.com From: carl@radio.com Subject: HELL’S BELLS: A Radio History of the Telephone (3 of 8) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Talk Radio Date: Wed, 07 Oct 93 04:00:00 -0400 [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] [ Part 5 ] [ Part 6 ] [ Part 7 ] [ Part 8 ] "HELL’S BELLS: A Radio History of the Telephone" shows what happens when good government meets great production. This 8-part series was sponsored by the Telecommunications Education Trust...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Graves, Poems (Part 2) [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, English poet Robert Graves reads "Flying Crooked," "Any Honest Housewife," "A Jealous Man," "The Cloak," "Time," "Ogres and...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "A Toast to Harlem" On this segment of HarperAudio!, "A Toast to Harlem," one of the "Simple" stories by Langston Hughes, read by actor Ossie Davis. Originally written as a newspaper column, this story revels in the Harlem of the 1940s,...
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by National Press Club
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Louis Rukeyser; Host of Wall Street Week Financial Conference Over 100 NPC and Society of Professional Journalists members were at the all-day, 2nd Annual Financial Writers Conference, Oct. 20. Luncheon speaker Louis Rukeyser, celebrating 25 years as host of the PBS show "Wall $treet Week With Louis Rukeyser", recalling the start of the show, said since people then thought economics and finance too dull and complicated for...
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by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Graves, Poems (Part 1) [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Robert Graves reads his poems "The Hills of May," "Angry Samson," "In Procession," "Warning to Children," "The Cool Web," "Song of...
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: The Poetry of Octavio Paz Octavio Paz, a giant of world literature and a leading exponent of the Latin American tradition in poetry and letters, is much more than a writer. Like many Latin American intellectuals, he has developed a very strong presence in diplomatic, political, and cultural circles, serving among other things as ambassador and as a magazine editor. Paz’s articles and essays on Mexican reality represent a high blending of...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Kurt Vonnegut, "Slaughterhouse-Five" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Kurt Vonnegut reads from his novel "Slaughterhouse-Five," subtitled "The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death." This classic satire follows the journey of chaplain’s...
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by ABA Bookseller News
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository "Geek of the Week" Tapes Fill a Niche for Technical Audio ABA Bookseller News
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: A Weather Station in Space NASA recently launched WIND, a satellite designed to monitor the solar wind of charged particles streaming constantly from the sun. These particles can interact with the earth’s magnetic field to disrupt the power grid and radio communications. Project scientist Mario Acuña explains how this satellite is contributing to the International Solar Terrestrial Physics program. NASA’s Space Story is made...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Coretta Scott King, "My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr." Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall HarperAudio! presents: readings from "My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr." by Coretta Scott King. Mrs. King describes the police abuse of non-violent protesters in Birmingham, Alabama, and the enactment how...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: William Faulkner, "As I Lay Dying" On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner, reads from his novel "As I Lay Dying," which was published in 1930. The novel tells the story of a mother’s death and her family’s travails in carrying her to Jefferson,...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: William Faulkner, "The Old Man" On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner reads from his story "The Old Man." This excerpt includes a dizzying range of plot elements, including a fleeing convict who is guiding a boat over the flooding Mississippi; on board...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Closing the Door The World Trade Center bombing, boatloads of Haitian asylum-seekers, economic uncertainty --- all these issues have contributed to a backlash against immigrants to the United States. How should the United States decide in the future whom to let in? How many immigrants and refugees should be admitted? Common Ground hears from many sides of the immigration debate on this program. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Haight Street: A Walk on the Wild Side In the 1960s, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district was a national symbol of the counterculture. The music, the clothes, the drugs, and the lifestyle thrilled a generation of American youth and outraged thei parents. What’s left of it all now? What’s become of the people who survived the "Summer of Love?" A walk back through the ’60’s with producer Ceil Muller. The rebroadcast...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: The Old Country is Gone Producer Neenah Ellis travels to the Dalmatian coast of Croatia with her father to check in on relatives, to see how they’re coping during the war. As they travel together, father and daughter try to understand the life of their forbears, left behind when they emigrated to the U.S. before World War I. They discover the island peasant life is nearly gone, and after fifty years of communism, hard work and personal...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Pioneers of Technology Moira Gunn speaks with Edward Teller, director emeritus of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and senior research fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Dr. Teller, who worked on the Manhattan project developing the atomic bomb, is regarded as the father of the hydrogen bomb and was the leading visionary for the strategic defense initiative, or "Star Wars," during the Reagan...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: African Problems, African Solutions While the US Congress may debate whether to cut some or all aid to Africa, not all Africans are just waiting around for handouts. On this Common Ground , the head of the African Capacity Building Foundation outlines some current African solutions to African problems. And, he runs down the African scorecard of where things have gone wrong and where they’ve gone right. Guest: Michael Chege, Director,...
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Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) and Haley Barbour Party Chiefs Debate Meaning of Election Was the election of 1995 a victory for the Republicans or the Democrats? Two different answers to this question were given at a Club luncheon last week. Republican National Chairman Haley Barbour called it "a very good year... especially when compared to the Democrats." His Democratic counterpart, Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-CT) said it was...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Don Hewitt, Executive Producer of 60 Minutes Not Everything Need Be Televised "Television cameras do not have to go everywhere," Don Hewitt, executive producer of CBS’s "60 Minutes" told the Oct. 17 NPC luncheon audience, referring to the O.J. Simpson trial. "This was a television show. The courtroom is a good place to keep cameras out of." He said courts are not television studios and the recent...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: A Conversation with Jimmy Carter Since leaving the White House fifteen years ago, Jimmy Carter has undertaken peace and public health efforts around the world. On this Common Ground he discusses his work in Sudan, Haiti, North Korea, Cuba, and elsewhere. Guest: Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Dialogue
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: Dismantling Utopia Perestroika and glasnost are well remembered as Mikhail Gorbachev’s double-barreled assault on the static, failing communist order. What Gorbachev did not fully appreciate was how powerful a force glasnost (openness) would be when unleashed upon perestroika (reform). And that owed to the power of the media in a free society. Radios, televisions, newspapers, and even photocopies expanded the Russian conception of a free...
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: D.H. Lawrence: The Middle Years D.H. Lawrence was precisely embroiled in disputes with censors. Both in his lifetime and today, he has been regarded as a celebration of sensuality. In large measure he was precisely that, but he also was much more. His sensuality had a religious cast; his novels were essentially explorations, as was his life. Mark Kinkead-Weekes explains the relations of his life and his ideas to the art of D.H. Lawrence....
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Internet Talk Radio
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As part of our Christmas offerings , the Internet Multicasting Service convinced our producer Phillippe Tabaux to read a series of lines bringing a certain French sensibility to Santa's Elves. We also recorded Luther Brown playing Santa Claus, and Becknell and Lucas recorded a beautiful Christmas Greeting. Enjoy!
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "Simple on Indian Blood" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Ossie Davis reads "Simple on Indian Blood," one of the "Simple" stories of Langston Hughes. Famous today for his poetry, Hughes also wrote protest columns. Jesse B. Semple, Hughes’s quintessential...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Subject: HarperAudio! Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "Last Whipping" On this segment of HarperAudio!, "Last Whipping" by Langston Hughes is read by actor Ossie Davis. This is one of the "Simple" stories, originally written as a...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Emily Brontë, "Wuthering Heights" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Emily Brontë’s "Wuthering Heights" was considered controversial because its depiction of mental and physical cruelty was unusually stark, and it challenged strict Victorian ideals of the day,...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Pacific Multimedia
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To: announce@radio.com From: carl@radio.com Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Talk Radio Subject: HELL’S BELLS: A Radio History of the Telephone (6 of 8) Date: Thu, 28 Oct 93 04:00:00 -0400 [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] [ Part 5 ] [ Part 6 ] [ Part 7 ] [ Part 8 ] "HELL’S BELLS: A Radio History of the Telephone" shows what happens when good government meets great production. This 8-part series was sponsored by the Telecommunications Education Trust...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Soundprint
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Art Attack Tom Skelly, an artist teacher-in-residence to prisons, tells SoundPrint how art is a spontaneous activity, and is expressed through tatoos, stories, songs, comedy, poetry, drawings, and brings new ways of thinking to the inmates. Prison art is simular to craft or folk art and continues to be handed down through generations. Inmates share some of their unique art on this edition of SoundPrint. The rebroadcast of SOUNDPRINT is...
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Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty On June 29, 1994, Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty, who has has moved within the White House from the position of Chief of Staff to other duties, spoke at a National Press Club luncheon. McLarty defended the record of the current administration on its achievements and pending initiatives. He described the new chief of staff, Leon Panetta, who was formerly head of the Office of Management and...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Week
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Internet Talk Radio Debuts At a Workstation Near You Communications Week
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Internet Talk Radio
by Dialogue
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: Before the Fall When the tumultuous events of 1989-1991 upset world political calculations, it was believed that the American government had been taken by surprise. The demise of communism, the collapse of the Berlin Wall, and the rise of conflict in Eastern Europe quickly presented new challenges to American foreign policymakers. Robert Hutchings, then director of European affairs for the National Security Council, argues that none of...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: The Question of Kashmir Regional conflicts are erupting in Africa, Asia, and Europe at an extraordinary rate. With nuclear arms now widely available, many of these wars have a potential for ultimate catastrophe. Sumit Ganguly explains how the conflict in Kashmir is dangerously symbolic of this new and complex form of warfare. George Seay interviews Sumit Ganguly, Professor of Political Science, Hunter College, City University of New York...
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Milo Medin Carl Malamud interviews Milo Medin, one of the instrumental figures in the NASA Science Internet (NSI). Join the world of the routing fanatics as Milo explains the acronym-intensive world of NAPs, GIXs, and FIXs. Milo also discusses the role of the Appropriate Use Policy in his network, why ATM is useful but also needs to be combined with an internetworking protocol, and how NASA combines its mission-oriented...
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Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: James Thurber, Part 1 Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Peter Ustinov reads the fables of humorist James Thurber. James Thurber contributed cartoons, stories, and humorous sketches to the New Yorker from 1927 until his death in 1961. In...
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